Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Colour Your Own Palace And Unicorn Pencil Holder From PrezzyBox #Review

Tilly was asked to be a Kids Pundit for Prezzy box an she reviewed a Chocolate Pizza last week and our post along with her Youtube review can be found here.

Today we bring you unicorn pencil holder and colour your own palace which Tilly was sent to review. We will start with the palace.

With the Color Your Own Palace, your child gets to design the palace exactly how they want it to be, If ever they wanted a pink palace, then this is the way to do it. It is made of a good sturdy cardboard and it is all ready cut out, so there is no need for you to press it out of any card sheets and it is ready to fold in the appropriate places. It comes with instructions that are so east to follow and a set of 12 chunky markers for them to colour it in.

It is safe and simple to make up as it doesn't need any scissors or glue, the castle just slots together. It has little windows and doors, that open and it is perfect for kids to use their little figures in. I helped Tilly to put this together because she wasn't sure how to do this herself, but she is only 6 years old. This is available for £13.99 from, so it is a pocket money toy but also ideal for a gift for a friends birthday party or Christmas.

The second item today was the unicorn Pencil Holder from PrezzyBox, This is just too cute, its magical and looks lovely on a child's desk. The Unicorn Holder has space to hold 10 pencils and they are small, so a perfect size for little hands. The unicorn is colourful and the main is rainbow coloured, it looks so magical that your child's imagination will be in its element. Again it is a perfect pocket money toy as it only costs £9.95, making it perfect for kids birthday presents or a Christmas stocking filler.

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